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  • Prime Minister: Cabinet of Ministers proposes to strengthen responsibility for forgery of COVID-19 certificates
    Communications Department of the Secretariat of the CMU, posted 22 September 2021 16:01

    The Cabinet of Ministers at a meeting on September 22 supported a draft law envisaging a liability for forgery of documents related to preventive vaccinations.

    "Forgery of vaccination documents, especially COVID-19 certificates, is a threat to society as a whole, and we will respond accordingly," Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal accentuated.

    The draft law, in particular, stipulates for :

    a fine of UAH 17,000 to UAH 34,000 or imprisonment for up to 2 years for persons who knowingly use forged documents;

    a fine of up to UAH 68,000 or imprisonment for up to 2 years with deprivation of the right to hold the position for 1-3 years for medical workers who knowingly enter false information about vaccinations;

    a fine of up to UAH 170,000 or imprisonment for up to 3 years for forging such documents for distribution.

    The Prime Minister expressed hope that the Parliament will support this socially important initiative.


    Prime Minister: Cabinet of Ministers proposes to strengthen responsibility for forgery of COVID-19 certificates Prime Minister: Cabinet of Ministers proposes to strengthen responsibility for forgery of COVID-19 certificates